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Posted by anonymous on 04/10/2013
i was recently in Nyork was ready for a bite to eat, along with a friend we choose roxy only because it was close to location we had just left. i ordered a BLT club sandwich and my friend ordered their roast beef , my club sandwich was the worst club sandwich i had ever had, the bacon apeared to have been over week old maybe longer, surprised i did not get sick, the bacon was not even chewable, or you could not even chew the bacon, my friend tried it and realized why i was not eating my order, i could not even eat the sandwich at all and the price for the sandwich was outrageous- 23.00 dollars for a club sandwich, i basically did not attempt to eat the sandwich after i tried the 1st bite and realized how bad it taste, and the bacon was not eatable at all, the roast beef my friend had at a cost of 25.00 was not as bad as the BLT Club, but my friend advised she was not impressed with her order as well. I decided to eat the nuts my friend had in her bag, as i know i could not eat the BLT club sandwich i felt i would have been sick from this order if i had consumed my order. . food very bad, and cost of food outrageous , left the restaurant hungry very disapointed- will never go their again, I should not have even been charged for what they call a BLT CLUB- i hope they are asked how long food sits around, , before it is served, as my bacon apears and looked liked it was very old and had been week old or longer taste like rubber- The waiter noticed i ate nothing on my plate, but did not bother to ask if the food was okay- do not consider this place at all VERY Disapointed- will let every one know about my experience ---Disapointed!!!
Posted by anonymous on 03/13/2013
Everytime I visit N.Y.C. I stay in the Theater District where you will find Roxy Delicatessen. I must say I've never eaten a meal there but the wonderful desserts in the window call my name. I can never resist a slice of their cheesecake. It's very expensive (aorund $10 a slice) but I hear good cheese cake is expensive anywhere you go in NewYork.
Posted by Vicki on 01/12/2013
A co-worker recommended this deli, so we went there for breakfast. After ordering tea and coffee, we looked at the menu -- $15.95 for a bagel with salmon!! We decided not to order anything to eat and were lucky to leave there only paying $8.00 for our drinks. Don't go here unless you want to be ripped off.
Posted by Sharon Rossiter on 12/26/2012
My daughter and I went to the Roxy after a show. She ordered a BLT and I ordered a pastrami sandwich, after a recommendation from our waiter. My daughter's sandwich came out and was awesome to look at, but she said it was more of a salad on bread than a sandwich. My sandwich was HUGE, but it was very very fatty. I had a side of coleslaw that had a nickel-sized hardened piece of sugar in it. Now, things happen, but when I mentioned this to the waiter more as a "you might want to be careful with this, especially since it could be a choking hazard" he totally dismissed it. I wasn't trying to get out of paying for my food; I was trying to help them out. Anyway, I after getting two cans of Coke ($4.50 a piece) and two sandwiches that came with coleslaw and a pickle, with a bill totaling $45.07, I would rather order sandwiches at Wawa. No joke. The experience wasn't awful, but it was okay. Just okay.
Posted by TeaLadyElaine on 11/20/2012
When we think of NYC we think of Roxy's cheesecake! We stay at a hotel nearby so that we have easy access to Roxy's and the theatre district. It's so NY atmosphere. Tight, noisey, but very fun.
Posted by J on 11/13/2012
Just went to Roxy s today. The're is a reason they do not post the prices on the outside. I ordered a cheeseburger medium well. The meat was actually mooing when I got it. Burger was $18, and the most unappetizing I have ever eaten. Yes, I did eat it because I was afraid not too. My mom and I shared it and the waiter told us, as he handed me the check, "I did not charge you the fee for sharing a meal." Geez thanks. J
Posted by jake on 08/18/2012
Went in to order just a slice of cheesecake for takeout. After being hit with an $11 tab for just a piece of cake I nearly waited 15 minutes when the place was pretty dead. They require you to pay a cashier who is in a different booth from the takeout server, so of course when I see my cheesecake ready the server doesn't believe me when I say that's my cake. Thankfully the manager was near by to back me up. Some of the worst service and beware of the unfriendliness